Hug in a book
A revisit to Wynbridge in this beautiful, heartwarming story about finding where you belong. I was so swept away in the story it had me reading until the early hours. We are whisked from Italy, to the village of Wynbridge, to a family and farm Fliss never knew existed. Heidi has a way of writing that really connects you to the characters. It was like visiting old friends, I felt apart of the village. Coming from Norfolk, this will always have a special place in my heart. I felt emotional after reading it. The family feel and sense of community was very touching. Now I need to read the start of this amazing series. Emma H
Well Heidi you did it again, another fabulous book that I didnt want to put down !
This time we meet Fliss who after her mum passes away and leaves her a letter telling her about a grandad she didnt know she had and vice versa, she sets off to his farm in Wynbridge to meet him. Grandad is poorly and the farm is rundown so Fliss stays to help out and they start to get to know each other. Karen Jackson
A great uplifting, heartwarming, beautifully written book....highly recommend it.
What a fab read! Heidi takes you back to Wynbridge, where we have been several times before. Floss returns to the town having spent many years in Italy, to seek out her long lost grandfather. Surrounded by the Norfolk countryside she immersed herself in her new world, to bring about some changes, whilst trying not to let love distract her!
I loved the way this book flowed, felt immersed in the story, the landscape and felt such affinity to the character. The descriptions of the countryside made me feel I was there, and I definitely wanted some strawberry’s after the descriptions in this book! I love how previous characters from Heidis other Wynbridge books appeared, but not so much that this couldn’t be read as a stand alone.
As with all Heidi Swain books I couldn’t put it down, gripped from the start and loved spending a whole day at Fenview Farm. A great uplifting, heartwarming, beautifully written book....highly recommend it. Hazel Harris